London, South Kensington
2 June 2008
QUINTILIANUS, Marcus Fabius. [Institutiones oratoriae] cum commento. [Venice, 1506]. 2° (306 x 205mm). Woodcut initials, woodcut diagrams (lacking last 2 leaves, clean small tear on last page, last 3 leaves with small marginal wormhole, affecting one word on recto of last leaf, lightly browned and soiled at beginning, some leaves very lightly waterstained, lightly spotted throughout). Contemporary vellum (spine worn).
With Joannes Aventiuns' Chronica (Frankfurt a.M., 1622). (2)
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